Here's how you can easily track what percentage of Colorado's population has received the COVID-19 vaccine and how we're pacing compared to the rest of the U.S.

According to interactive maps provided by the CDC, as of January 11, 2021, there have been 416,875 vaccines distributed in Colorado (that's a little over 7,200 per 100,000 people). Just over 210,000 have gotten at least the first dose (a little over 3,700 per 100,000).

Click on the map to see the interactive version:

CDC.gov

How does that compare to the rest of the country? According to KDVR, Colorado is ranked twelfth in the U.S., with 3.8 percent of Coloradans receiving at least the first dose. Neighboring states Utah, Wyoming and Kansas are at around two percent of the population, and Nebraska is slightly ahead, at 3.9 percent.

Click on the map to see the interactive version:

CDC.gov/Prevention and U.S. Census Bureau/ Phil Holm & Nicky Forster
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